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Subject:Teaching position From:Steven Youra <sjy3 -at- CORNELL -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 26 May 1995 10:09:27 -0500
Please circulate the following job announcement (it will appear next week
in regional newspapers and in the _Chronicle of Higher Education_ on June
9). Thank you.
The Engineering Communications Program at Cornell University invites
applications for two teaching positions in technical/business
communications. Duties may also include consulting on communications
across the engineering curriculum.
(1) Lecturer, full-time, renewable contract, starting fall 1995. Teach
two sections of Communications for Engineering Managers, an upper-level
course in writing and oral presentation; case studies address
communications, collaboration, ethics, and management concepts. Future
responsibilities may include teaching other technical communications
classes and collaborating with engineering faculty on communications
component of engineering courses (a WAC approach). Opportunities to design
innovative communications courses for engineering students.
(2) Lecturer, fall term 1995. Teach one or two sections of Communications
for Engineering Managers.
=46or either position: Master's degree or Ph.D. in English, Technical
Communications, Writing, or Rhetoric. Superior teaching skills essential.
Other useful experience includes WAC, technical writing, electronic media
and instruction, and management. Competitive salary with excellent
Send substantive letter discussing qualifications and teaching approaches;
a r=E9sum=E9; at least three letters of recommendation; and telephone number=
of references to Prof. Steven Youra, Director, Engineering Communications
Program, Carpenter Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853. E-mail
questions: <sjy3 -at- cornell -dot- edu> Review of materials begins immediately and
continues until the positions are filled. Cornell University is an
affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
Steven Youra, Director
Engineering Communications Program
205 Carpenter Hall
Cornell University Tel. 607. 255.7199
Ithaca, NY 14853 FAX 607. 255.9606